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Maureen O’Hara Net Worth

Maureen O’Hara Net Worth is
$10 Million

Maureen O’Hara Biography

Who’s Maureen O’Hara: The Queen of Technicolor or The Pirate Queen, Maureen O’Hara was an celebrity. and more. She was well-known for her role in mere the Lonely, HOW DO YOU Love Thee? Early Lifestyle (Childhood): She was created on the laps of Charles and Marguerite (née Lilburn) FitzSimons. She studied performing at the Abbey Theatre and the Ena Mary Burke College of Drama and Elocution in Dublin. She got five siblings. Interesting Information: She earned the income of $75,000 on her behalf role in The Mother or father Trap in the first 1960s. She got the net worthy of of 10 million dollars during her death. Personal Lifestyle: She was initially wedded to George H. Accomplishment: In 2015, she received her initial Academy Awards, USA. She also got wedded with Charles F. Blair. Dark brown but this marriage got annulled after 2 yrs. Maureen O’Hara net worthy of: Maureen O’Hara was


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Quick Facts

Full NameMaureen O'Hara
Net Worth$10 Million
Date Of BirthAugust 17, 1920
DiedOctober 24, 2015, Boise, Idaho, United States
Height1.73 m
ChildrenBronwyn FitzSimons
AwardsAcademy Honorary Award
TV ShowsBackstory


Interesting Facts

#Fact
1 Buried at Arlington Cemetery, besides her late husband Charles Blair, who was a great military officer.
2 She was the last credited cast member of Miracle on 34th Street (1947) to pass away on October 24, 2015.
3 Had two great-grandchildren, Bailey and Everest, via grandson C. Beau Fitzsimons.
4 She was the second actress, after Myrna Loy (in 1991), to receive an honorary Academy Award without ever having been nominated previously.
5 Her first screen test was for a British film called The Playboy (1938) at Elstree Studios. It was arranged by American bandleader Harry Richman, who was then appearing in Dublin. Despite her hating the experience ("I looked like Mata Hari") and Charles Laughton's opinion that it was awful, he signed her to a contract. RKO Radio Pictures later purchased her contract from him and later sold part of it to 20th Century-Fox.
6 Had starred with Anthony Quinn in six films: The Black Swan (1942), Buffalo Bill (1944), Sinbad, the Sailor (1947), Against All Flags (1952), The Magnificent Matador (1955) and Only the Lonely (1991).
7 Appeared at Macy's department store 34th Street in New York City to promote her book "'Tis Herself". Macy's was the main setting for one of her best-known films, from 57 years before: Miracle on 34th Street (1947). [March 2004]
8 Resided with her grandson, C. Beau Fitzsimons, and his family in Boise, Idaho.
9 Acting mentor was Charles Laughton.
10 Received a degree from the Guild School of Music in London and became part of the Abbey Theater in Dublin when she was 14, winning the All-Ireland Cup at 16 for her portrayal of Portia in "The Merchant of Venice", by William Shakespeare.
11 Received an honorary doctorate from University College in Galway, Ireland (1988).
12 After being signed by Erich Pommer and Charles Laughton, it was thought that the unusual spelling of her last name--FitzSimons--would be a problem, so they gave her the choice of O'Hara or O'Mara.
13 She was a staunch conservative Republican and over time has supported the Presidencies of Dwight D. Eisenhower, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan, George Bush and George W. Bush.
14 As one of six, Maureen was raised with her siblings at 32 Upper Beechwood Avenue in Dublin's Ranelagh district.
15 Was John Wayne's favorite actress and he considered her a real friend, the only woman he thought of in that way. When he lay dying in his hospital bed, he watched on television as Maureen petitioned Congress to give him a Congressional Gold Medal, which they did by a unanimous vote.
16 Was good friends with Ginger Rogers, Anne Baxter, Lucille Ball,Lauren Bacall, Anna Lee, Robert Mitchum, Anthony Quinn, Stuart Whitman and French actress Irina Demick.
17 She lost her husband, Charles Blair (September 2, 1978), and her best friend John Wayne (June 11, 1979) just nine months apart.
18 Had a second career after retiring, as a successful magazine publisher; one of the reasons was to help keep her from becoming bored after retirement.
19 In the early 1940s, she was one of the actresses invited to the White House for a benefit dinner. She sat right next to President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
20 Aunt of Charles F. FitzSimons.
21 Grandmother of C. Beau Fitzsimons, son of her daughter Bronwyn.
22 She was originally cast as Isabel Bradley in The Razor's Edge (1946), but was pulled from the cast by Darryl F. Zanuck, and replaced by Gene Tierney. Zanuck would soon cast her in the classic Miracle on 34th Street (1947).
23 She became an American citizen on January 25, 1946 but has retained her Irish citizenship. It was the first time in history that the United States government recognized an Irish citizen as Irish. This led to a change in process for all Irish immigrants.
24 She was made a Fellow of the British Film Institute in recognition of her outstanding contribution to film culture.
25 She made headlines in 1997 by claiming that Brian Keith's suicide, while suffering from lung cancer and emphysema and mourning the suicide of his daughter, was an accident.
26 In Italy, most of her films were dubbed by Lidia Simoneschi. She was occasionally dubbed by Dhia Cristiani, most notably in Sitting Pretty (1948); by Rosetta Calavetta and once by Paola Barbara in the multi Oscar-winning How Green Was My Valley (1941).
27 She and John Wayne remained friends until his death. In her home on St. Croix, she had a wing she called the John Wayne Wing because he stayed there when visiting. It was badly damaged by Hurricane Hugo in 1989, some ten years after Wayne's death.
28 She was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 7004 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California on February 8, 1960.
29 She was born in Churchtown, then a suburb, now a part of metropolitan of Dublin, Ireland.
30 She was having lunch with actress Lucille Ball the moment Lucy first saw Cuban musician Desi Arnaz, whom she later married.
31 She was the first choice to play Anna in the film version of The King and I (1956) but Richard Rodgers did not want the role played by a "pirate queen".
32 Favorite actress of director John Ford.
33 Had starred with John Wayne in five films: Rio Grande (1950), The Quiet Man (1952), The Wings of Eagles (1957), McLintock! (1963) and Big Jake (1971). In all five, Wayne and O'Hara played husband and wife and, in all five, they were estranged at least briefly. The first three were directed by John Ford.
34 Brought to Hollywoood by legendary actor, director, producer Charles Laughton, who originally signed her to a personal services performing contract, meaning she was signed to Laughton, instead of to a studio, as was common at that time.
35 Performed many of her own stunts in her films, rare for an actress at that time.
36 Gave birth to her only child at age 23, a daughter Bronwyn Brigid Price (aka Bronwyn FitzSimons) on June 30, 1944. Her daughter's father was her second husband, later ex-husband, William Houston Price (aka Will Price).
37 Inducted into the Hall of Great Western Performers of the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in 1993.
38 Crack typist who typed some of her own scripts/rewrites.
39 Siblings: Peggy FitzSimons (a Sisters of Charity nun); television/film producer Charles B. Fitzsimons (now deceased); actress Florrie FitzSimons (aka Clare Hamilton) (now deceased); Margot Fitzsimons; and actor James FitzSimons (aka James O'Hara) (now deceased).
40 She is the second actress, after Myrna Loy (in 1991), to receive an honorary Academy Award without ever having been nominated previously.
41 Her first screen test was for a 1938 British film called The Playboy (1938) at Elstree Studios, It was arranged by American bandleader Harry Richman, who was then appearing in Dublin. Despite her hating the experience ("I looked like Mata Hari") and Charles Laughton's opinion that it was awful, he signed her to a contract. RKO later purchased her contract from him and later sold part of it to 20th Century-Fox.
42 Appeared at Macy's department store on 34th Street in New York City to promote her new book. Macy's was the main setting for one of her best-known films, from 57 years before: Miracle on 34th Street (1947)). [March 2004]
43 On a promotion tour across the U.S. in connection with her 2004 autobiography, "'Tis Herself." [March 2004]
44 Boise, Idaho: Living with her grandson, C. Beau Fitzsimons, and his family. [May 2013]
45 Acting mentor was Charles Laughton.
46 Earned a degree at the Guild School of Music in Londion and became part of the Abbey Theater in Dublin when she was 14, winning the All-Ireland Cup at 16 for her portrayal of Portia in "The Merchant of Venice.".
47 Received an honorary doctorate from University College in Galway in 1988.
48 After being signed by Erich Pommer and Charles Laughton, it was thought that the unusual spelling of her last name--FitzSimons--would be a problem, so they gave her the choice of O'Hara or O'Mara.
49 She is a staunch conservative Republican and over time has supported the Presidencies of Dwight D. Eisenhower, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan, George Bush, and George W. Bush.
50 As one of six, Maureen was raised with her siblings at 32 Upper Beechwood Avenue in Dublin's Ranelagh district.
51 Was John Wayne's favorite actress and he considered her a real friend, the only woman he thought of in that way. When he lay dying in his hospital bed, he watched on television as Maureen petitioned Congress to give him a Congressional Gold Medal, which they did by a unanimous vote.
52 Was good friends with Ginger Rogers, Anne Baxter, Lucille Ball,Lauren Bacall, Anna Lee, Robert Mitchum, Stuart Whitman and French actress Irina Demick.
53 Lost her husband Charles Blair and her best friend John Wayne within months of each other.
54 Had a second career after retiring, as a successful magazine publisher; one of the reasons was to help keep her from becoming bored after retirement.
55 In the early 1940s was one of the actresses invited to the White House for a benefit dinner. She sat right next to President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
56 Aunt of Charles F. FitzSimons.
57 Grandmother of C. Beau Fitzsimons.
58 Was originally cast as Isabel Bradley in The Razor's Edge (1946) but was taken off by Darryl F. Zanuck she was replaced by Gene Tierney, Zanuck would soon cast her in the classic Miracle on 34th Street (1947).
59 Sister of Charles B. Fitzsimons, Margot Fitzsimons, James O'Hara, Clare Hamilton and Peggy FitzSimons.
60 She became an American citizen on January 25, 1946 but has retained her Irish citizenship. It was the first time in history that the United States government recognized an Irish citizen as Irish. This led to a change in process for all Irish immigrants.
61 She was made a Fellow of the British Film Institute in recognition of her outstanding contribution to film culture.
62 She made headlines in 1997 by claiming that Brian Keith's suicide, while suffering from lung cancer and emphysema and mourning the suicide of his daughter, was an accident.
63 In Italy, most of her films were dubbed by Lidia Simoneschi. She was occasionally dubbed by Dhia Cristiani, most notably in Sitting Pretty (1948); by Rosetta Calavetta and once by Paola Barbara in the multi Oscar-winning How Green Was My Valley (1941).
64 She and John Wayne remained friends until his death. In her home on St. Croix, she had a wing she called the John Wayne Wing because he stayed there when visiting. It was badly damaged by Hurricane Hugo in 1989, some ten years after Wayne's death.
65 She is portrayed by Liane Langland in Lucy & Desi: Before the Laughter (1991).
66 She was born in Churchtown, a suburb of Dublin, Ireland.
67 She is the only credited cast member of Miracle on 34th Street (1947) who is still alive.
68 She was having lunch with actress Lucille Ball the moment Lucy first saw Cuban musician Desi Arnaz, whom she later married.
69 She was the first choice to play Anna in the film version of The King and I (1956) but Richard Rodgers did not want the role played by a "pirate queen".
70 A favorite of director John Ford.
71 Starred with John Wayne in 5 movies: Rio Grande (1950), The Quiet Man (1952), The Wings of Eagles (1957), McLintock! (1963) and Big Jake (1971). In all five, Wayne and O'Hara played husband and wife and, in all five, they were estranged at least briefly. The first three were directed by John Ford.
72 Brought to Hollywoood by actor Charles Laughton.
73 Did many of her own stunts in her films.
74 Gave birth to her only child at age 23, a daughter Bronwyn Brigid Price (aka Bronwyn FitzSimons) on June 30, 1944. Child's father is her 2nd ex-husband, William Houston Price (aka Will Price).
75 Inducted into the Hall of Great Western Performers of the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in 1993.
76 Crack typist who typed some of her own scripts/rewrites.
77 Siblings: Peggy (a Sisters of Charity nun); TV/film producer Charles B. Fitzsimons (now deceased); actress Florrie Clare Hamilton (now deceased); Margot Fitzsimons Edwards; and actor James FitzSimons, aka James Lilburn/James O'Hara/Jim O'Hara (now deceased).


Net Worth & Salary

TitleSalary
Dance, Girl, Dance (1940) $12,400
Dance, Girl, Dance (1940) $12,400


Trademarks

#Trademark
1 Usually played proud, strong-willing and tempermental Irish lasses
2 Often starred with John Wayne
3 Often worked with director John Ford
4 Red hair and green eyes
5 Usually played proud, strong-willing and tempermental Irish lasses
6 Often starred with John Wayne
7 Often worked with Director John Ford
8 Queen of Technicolor
9 Red Hair


Quotes

#Quote
1 [on being asked what her most marked characteristic was] The hell and fire in me. They came as a set.
2 [on some of the leading men she worked with] I enjoyed James Stewart, I enjoyed Brian Keith and I enjoyed Henry Fonda. Jeff Chandler was a nice man but a bad actor.
3 [on Sam Peckinpah, who directed her in The Deadly Companions (1961)] I didn't enjoy Sam at all. I have to be honest. I didn't think he was a very good director. I think he was lucky that whatever happened in his career happened. I think it was luck, not talent. I'm sorry. You have to forgive me. He was not a good director and if his films turned out successful, that was luck... and people protecting him, like the cameramen and the producers. Different people protecting him made him look good.
4 How could you have had such a wonderful life as me if there wasn't a God directing?
5 [When being handed her honorary Oscar] I only hope it's silver or gold and not like a spoon out of the kitchen.
6 [2010, her advice to young people wanting a career in drama] If you really want it, go after it--and learn how to speak properly, for God's sake!
7 I made John Wayne sexy. I take credit for that.
8 [reacting to the heavy make-up she had to wear for her first screen test] I looked like Mata Hari!
9 I spent a great deal of time with Ernesto 'Che' Guevara while I was in Havana. I feel he was less a mercenary than he was a freedom fighter.
10 [on John Garfield]: He was my shortest leading man, an outspoken Communist and a real sweetheart.
11 Comedy is quite difficult, you have to be able to have fun and portray that sense of fun to the audience watching you.
12 Every star has that certain something that stands out and compels us to notice them. As for me I have always believed my most compelling quality to be my inner strength, something I am easily able to share with an audience. I'm very comfortable in my own skin. I never thought my looks would have anything to do with becoming a star. Yet it seems that in some ways they did.
13 [on John Ford's style of directing] Today most directors--not all, but most directors--are in another room watching the actors on a television screen. There are no connections with the actors, which is a shame, because John Ford connected with his cast.
14 I'm very lucky I really had some wonderful movies.
15 [on John Ford] I think he was a bitterly disappointed man. More than anything he wanted to be in Ireland or be a military hero. So every so often his anger would spill out and whoever was closest got the brunt of his anger.
16 I was talking to a director I knew and [John Ford] just turned around and punched me on the jaw. There was no reason or explanation, and I walked straight out of the house and vowed I'd never speak to him again. Of course, I did, but it took a while. He never apologized and I never found out why he hit me.
17 Charles Laughton and his wife, Elsa Lanchester, were never blessed with children. Years after he died, Elsa wrote her autobiography and claimed they never had children because Laughton was homosexual. That's rubbish. Whether or nor Laughton was gay would never have stopped him from having children. He wanted them too badly. Laughton told me the reason they never had children was because Elsa couldn't conceive, the result of a botched abortion she'd had during her earlier days in burlesque. Laughton told me many times that not being a father was his greatest disappointment in life.
18 To the people throughout the world, John Wayne is not just an actor, and a very fine actor--John Wayne is the United States of America.
19 Speaking as an actress, I wish all actors would be more like Duke [John Wayne]--and speaking as a person, it would be nice if all people could be honest and as genuine as he is. This is a real man.
20 [When being handed her honorary Oscar] I only hope it's silver or gold and not like a spoon out of the kitchen.
21 [her advice to young people wanting a career in drama - 2010] If you really want it, go after it--and learn how to speak properly, for God's sake!
22 I made John Wayne sexy. I take credit for that.
23 [reacting to the heavy make-up she had to wear for her first screen test] I looked like Mata Hari!
24 I spent a great deal of time with Ernesto 'Che' Guevara while I was in Havana. I feel he was less a mercenary than he was a freedom fighter.
25 [on John Garfield]: He was my shortest leading man, an outspoken Communist and a real sweetheart.
26 Comedy is quite difficult, you have to be able to have fun and portray that sense of fun to the audience watching you.
27 Every star has that certain something that stands out and compels us to notice them. -As for me I have always believed my most compelling quality to be my inner strength, something I am easily able to share with an audience. I'm very comfortable in my own skin. I never thought my looks would have anything to do with becoming a star. Yet it seems that in some ways they did.
28 [About John Ford's style of directing) Today most directors--not all, but most directors--are in another room watching the actors on a television screen. There are no no connections with the actors, which is a shame, because John Ford connected with his cast.
29 I'm very lucky I really had some wonderful movies.
30 [on John Ford] I think he was a bitterly disappointed man. More than anything he wanted to be in Ireland or be a military hero. So every so often his anger would spill out and whoever was closest got the brunt of his anger.
31 I was talking to a director I knew and [John Ford] just turned around and punched me on the jaw. There was no reason or explanation, and I walked straight out of the house and vowed I'd never speak to him again. Of course, I did, but it took a while. He never apologized and I never found out why he hit me.
32 Charles Laughton and his wife, Elsa Lanchester, were never blessed with children. Years after he died, Elsa wrote her autobiography and claimed they never had children because Laughton was homosexual. That's rubbish. Whether or nor Laughton was gay would never have stopped him from having children. He wanted them too badly. Laughton told me the reason they never had children was because Elsa couldn't conceive, the result of a botched abortion she'd had during her earlier days in burlesque. Laughton told me many times that not being a father was his greatest disappointment in life.
33 To the people throughout the world, John Wayne is not just an actor, and a very fine actor - John Wayne is the United States of America.
34 Speaking as an actress, I wish all actors would be more like Duke [John Wayne]--and speaking as a person, it would be nice if all people could be honest and as genuine as he is. This is a real man.


Pictures

All Maureen O’Hara pictures

Won Awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2015 Honorary Award Academy Awards, USA
2011 CinEuphoria CinEuphoria Awards Career - Honorary Award
2004 Lifetime Achievement Award Irish Film and Television Awards
2002 Living Treasure Award Seattle Film Critics Awards
1993 BFI Fellowship British Film Institute Awards
1991 Golden Boot Golden Boot Awards
1960 Star on the Walk of Fame Walk of Fame Motion Picture On 8 February 1960. At 7004 Hollywood Blvd.

Nominated Awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1964 Golden Laurel Laurel Awards Top Female Star 14th place.
1963 Golden Laurel Laurel Awards Top Female Comedy Performance Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation (1962)

3rd Place Awards

3rd place awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1953 Bambi Bambi Awards Best Actress - International Bagdad (1949)


Filmography

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
War Arrow 1953 Elaine Corwin
The Redhead from Wyoming 1953 Kate Maxwell
Against All Flags 1952 Prudence 'Spitfire' Stevens
The Quiet Man 1952 Mary Kate Danaher
Kangaroo 1952 Dell McGuire
At Sword's Point 1952 Claire - daughter of Athos
Flame of Araby 1951 Princess Tanya
Tripoli 1950 Countess D'Arneau
Rio Grande 1950 Mrs. Kathleen Yorke
Comanche Territory 1950 Katie Howard
Bagdad 1949 Princess Marjan
Father Was a Fullback 1949 Elizabeth Cooper
The Forbidden Street 1949 Adelaide 'Addie' Culver
A Woman's Secret 1949 Marian Washburn
Sitting Pretty 1948 Tacey King
The Foxes of Harrow 1947 Odalie 'Lilli' D'Arceneaux
Miracle on 34th Street 1947 Doris Walker
The Homestretch 1947 Leslie Hale
Sinbad, the Sailor 1947 Shireen
Do You Love Me 1946 Katherine 'Kitten' Hilliard
Sentimental Journey 1946 Julie Beck Weatherly
The Spanish Main 1945 Contessa Francesca
Buffalo Bill 1944 Louisa Frederici Cody
The Fallen Sparrow 1943 Toni Donne
This Land Is Mine 1943 Louise Martin
Immortal Sergeant 1943 Valentine Lee
The Black Swan 1942 Lady Margaret Denby
Ten Gentlemen from West Point 1942 Carolyn Bainbridge
To the Shores of Tripoli 1942 Lt. Mary Carter
How Green Was My Valley 1941 Angharad
They Met in Argentina 1941 Lolita O'Shea
Dance, Girl, Dance 1940 Judy O'Brien
A Bill of Divorcement 1940 Sydney Fairfield
The Hunchback of Notre Dame 1939 Esmeralda
Jamaica Inn 1939 Mary Yellan
Little Miss Molly 1938 Eileen O'Shea (as Maureen FitzSimons)
The Playboy 1938 Secretary (as Maureen FitzSimons)
The Last Dance 2000 TV Movie Helen Parker
Cab to Canada 1998 TV Movie Katherine Eure
The Christmas Box 1995 TV Movie Mary Parkin (Mrs. Parkin)
Only the Lonely 1991 Rose Muldoon
The Red Pony 1973 TV Movie Ruth Tiflin
Big Jake 1971 Martha McCandles
How Do I Love Thee? 1970 Elsie Waltz
Off to See the Wizard 1967 TV Series Mother Goose
The Garry Moore Show 1966 TV Series Sara Longstreet
The Rare Breed 1966 Martha Price
The Battle of the Villa Fiorita 1965 Moira
A Cry of Angels 1963 TV Movie Susanna Cibber
McLintock! 1963 Katherine Gilhooley McLintock
Spencer's Mountain 1963 Olivia Spencer
Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation 1962 Peggy Hobbs
Theatre '62 1962 TV Series
The Parent Trap 1961 Maggie McKendrick
The Deadly Companions 1961 Kit Tildon
The DuPont Show of the Month 1960 TV Series Lady Marguerite Blakeney
Mrs. Miniver 1960 TV Movie Mrs. Miniver
Our Man in Havana 1959 Beatrice Severn
The Wings of Eagles 1957 Min Wead
Everything But the Truth 1956 Joan Madison
Lisbon 1956 Sylvia Merrill
Lady Godiva of Coventry 1955 Lady Godiva
The Magnificent Matador 1955 Karen Harrison
The Long Gray Line 1955 Mary O'Donnell
Malaga 1954 Joanna Dana

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Spencer's Mountain 1963 performer: "In the Garden" - uncredited
The Parent Trap 1961 performer: "For Now for Always" 1961
The Deadly Companions 1961 performer: "Title Song"
The Tennessee Ernie Ford Show 1959 TV Series performer - 1 episode
The Quiet Man 1952 "The Isle of Innisfree" 1950, uncredited / performer: "The Young May Moon", "The Isle of Innisfree" 1950 - uncredited
Bagdad 1949 performer: "Bagdad", "Love Is Strange", "Song of the Desert"
A Woman's Secret 1949 performer: "Let Him Go, Let Him Tarry", "Paradise" - uncredited
Do You Love Me 1946 performer: "MOONLIGHT PROPAGANDA" - uncredited
They Met in Argentina 1941 performer: "Cutting the Cane" - uncredited

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Parent Trap: Caught in the Act 2002 Video documentary short special thanks
Dieter & Andreas 1989 Short grateful acknowledgment

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Dreaming the Quiet Man 2010 Documentary Herself
Kelly 2005 TV Series Herself
2nd Irish Film and Television Awards 2004 TV Special Herself - Winner: Lifetime Achievement Award
The Late Late Show 2004 TV Series Herself - Guest
Richard & Judy 2004 TV Series Herself - Guest
Biography 1993-2003 TV Series documentary Herself
9th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 2003 TV Special Herself
The Quiet Man: The Joy of Ireland 2002 Video documentary short Herself
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Passions: America's Greatest Love Stories 2002 TV Special documentary Herself
The Parent Trap: Caught in the Act 2002 Video documentary short Herself
Backstory 2000-2001 TV Series documentary Herself / Herself - Actress
Cleopatra: The Film That Changed Hollywood 2001 TV Movie documentary Herself
A Century of Cinema 1994 Documentary Herself
Irish Christmas 1994 TV Special Herself
100 Years of the Hollywood Western 1994 TV Movie documentary Herself
John Ford 1993 TV Movie documentary Herself
This Is Your Life 1989-1993 TV Series documentary Herself / Herself (via telephone)
Omnibus 1992 TV Series documentary Herself - Actor
Showbiz Today 1991 TV Series Herself
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 1963-1991 TV Series Herself / Herself - Guest
The 8th Annual American Cinema Awards 1991 TV Special Herself
Hollywood Greats 1984 TV Series documentary Herself
Natalie - A Tribute to a Very Special Lady 1982 TV Movie documentary Herself
The 3rd Annual People's Choice Awards 1977 TV Special Herself - Presenter
The 34th Annual Golden Globe Awards 1977 TV Special Herself
An All-Star Tribute to John Wayne 1976 TV Movie documentary Herself
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to John Ford 1973 TV Movie documentary Herself
The Fabulous Fordies 1972 TV Special Herself
The Jackie Gleason Show 1969 TV Series Herself - Guest
The Beautiful Phyllis Diller Show 1968 TV Series Herself - Guest
You Don't Say 1967 TV Series Herself
The Hollywood Squares 1967 TV Series Herself
Hollywood Talent Scouts 1966 TV Series Herself
The Andy Williams Show 1963-1966 TV Series Herself - Guest
The 22th Annual Golden Globes Awards 1965 TV Special Herself - Presenter
The Bell Telephone Hour 1960-1964 TV Series Herself - Hostess / Herself
The Jimmy Dean Show 1963 TV Series Herself
The 35th Annual Academy Awards 1963 TV Special Herself - Audience Member
The 20th Annual Golden Globes Awards 1963 TV Special Herself - Presenter
The Ed Sullivan Show 1955-1962 TV Series Herself - Singer / Herself - Guest
Today 1955-1960 TV Series Herself - Guest
Startime 1960 TV Series Herself
What's My Line? 1959 TV Series Herself - Mystery Guest
The Tennessee Ernie Ford Show 1959 TV Series Herself - Actress / Singer
The Bob Hope Show 1959 TV Series Herself - Guest
The George Gobel Show 1958 TV Series Herself - Guest
The Garry Moore Show 1958 TV Series Herself
Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall 1958 TV Series Herself - Guest
The 30th Annual Academy Awards 1958 TV Special Herself - Audience Member
The Dinah Shore Chevy Show 1957 TV Series Herself - Guest
Sheilah Graham in Hollywood 1955 TV Series Herself
Lux Video Theatre 1955 TV Series Herself - Intermission Guest

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The 70th Annual Tony Awards 2016 TV Special Herself - In Memoriam
The 88th Annual Academy Awards 2016 TV Special Herself - In Memoriam
22nd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 2016 TV Special Herself - In Memoriam
Entertainment Tonight 2015 TV Series Herself
The 87th Annual Academy Awards 2015 TV Special Herself - Honorary Award
My Music: When Irish Eyes Are Smiling 2010 TV Movie Herself
1939: Hollywood's Greatest Year 2009 TV Movie documentary Herself
Sam Peckinpah's West: Legacy of a Hollywood Renegade 2004 TV Movie documentary Herself
Remembering 'The Quiet Man' 2002 Video short Danaher, Mary Kate
Hollywood Remembers 2000 TV Series documentary
Biography 1995-2000 TV Series documentary Katherine Gilhooley McLintock / Angharad
20th Century-Fox: The First 50 Years 1997 TV Movie documentary Tacey King (uncredited)
The Celluloid Heroes 1995 TV Movie Herself
100 Years at the Movies 1994 TV Short documentary Herself
The Making of 'The Quiet Man' 1992 Video documentary short
Doogie Howser, M.D. 1992 TV Series Angharad
Homage for The Duke 1979 TV Movie documentary Herself
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Henry Fonda 1978 TV Special documentary Olivia Spencer (uncredited)
That's Action 1977 Documentary Herself
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color 1976 TV Series Maggie McKendrick
Fred Astaire Salutes the Fox Musicals 1974 TV Movie Herself
The American West of John Ford 1971 TV Movie documentary Mrs. Kathleen Yorke (uncredited)
Directed by John Ford 1971 Documentary Herself
I've Got a Secret 1962 TV Series Mary O'Donnell
The Ed Sullivan Show 1952-1955 TV Series Herself
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